these trails that were public and private lands intermingle and were private and private entities have worked for years raising money and revenues to be able to recreate. but no one can tell me, not mr. cravaack, not mr. hastings, no one here, no one can tell me how many trails, lakes, and hunting areas could be closed by this bill because there is no map. in addition, this bill eliminates the public's ability to paragraph tiss mate in any decisionmaking process because it waives the national environmental policy act process. this is not the way we do things in minnesota. we bring people together at the table. we make sure everyone is at the table. the state, the federal government, the local government, the property owners, hunters, anglers, the tribal nations, the convationists, the taxpayers, and, yes, the job generators. we make sure that decisions are transparent and they -- transparency means you have to include a map.